NHL action on Wednesday night features one of the league’s best rivalries when the Rangers host the Flyers at Madison Square Garden in New York City. These two teams have no love for each other and Philadelphia would love to prove that the Rangers trip to the Stanley Cup Finals was a one-and-done thing last year. We are going to put our money down on the Flyers as they take down the Rangers for a much-needed victory in the Eastern Conference.
Flyers aim for win in opener of season series with Rangers
Philadelphia comes into tonight’s game against the Rangers on a two-game slide and in sixth place in the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference. They have yet to face New York, but would like ot make a major statement tonight in the opener of the season series. They have lost eight straight regular season games in New York, so a win tonight would be a step in the right direction for the Flyers.
Rangers look to continue recent dominance over Flyers tonight
New York has dominated the Flyers of late, winning eight in a row at home in the regular season. They also won their playoff series against Philadelphia last year en route to an appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals. New York has just 18 points this year, which is good for fourth place in the Metropolitan Division. They come into this game having dropped three games in a row.
When the Rangers and the Flyers meet at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night we will be using the odds from Sportsbook.ag to place our bets. Even though Philadelphia is the underdog in this game, we still like them to win, which is why we will drop 15 percent of our bankroll on the Flyers and the OVER 5.5 total goals scored as they snap their skid.
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